Academic Probation is an official notice to students that they have performed below the established BYU—Idaho academic standards for a second time (after having been on Academic Warning). Students on Academic Probation are permitted to continue their enrollment at BYU—Idaho; however, students are restricted to no more than 12 credits until they return to Satisfactory Standing.
Students will need to complete the following requirments to have their Academic Probation lifted:
Students will remain on Academic Probation if they:
Students who have been placed on Academic Probation will be placed on Academic Suspension under any of the following circumstances:
Please note that a student cannot be placed on Academic Suspension for failure to maintain SAP (Satisfactory Academic Progress) alone. Failure to earn 75% SAP must also be accompanied with a semester GPA below a 2.0
If students are receiving University Federal Financial Aid, they should contact the Student Financial Aid Office to verify their eligibility.
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Students may not petition Academic Probation because this standing does not prevent their ability to enroll in courses or have access to university resources.
PROB HOLD: Restriction to a maximum of 12 credits for any future semesters until Satisfactory Standing is achieved. Students placed on Academic Probation who had previously registered for more than 12 credits should reduce their credit load in adherence to academic standard policy.AASW HOLD: Achieving Academic Success Workshop completion required.
Yes. Effective Fall Semester 2010, BYU—Idaho introduced Academic Warning and stipulated that all students, regardless of the standard they do not meet, will go from Satisfactory Standing to Academic Warning on their first infraction. This policy is not retroactive. Students that received academic discipline prior to Fall Semester 2010 and have continued their education at BYU—Idaho do not start over on Academic Warning.
Additionally, a student cannot be placed on Academic Suspension for failure to maintain SAP alone. Failure to earn 75% SAP (Satisfactory Academic Progress) must also be accompanied with a semester GPA below a 2.0.
Memorial Day - No Classes.
Last day to withdraw from all First Block classes and receive a "W" grade and not the grade earned.
Last day of First Block classes.
Second Block Classes Begin.
Last day to Add to a Second Block Waiting List.
Last day to withdraw completely from Full Semester classes and receive a pro-rated tuition refund.
Last day to apply for Spring Graduation for name to be in the official Program and for honors consideration.
Last day to withdraw from individual Full Semester classes and receive a "W" grade and not the grade earned.
Last day to drop Second Block classes without receving a "W" grade on the transcript.
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